Many of the West Virginia Mountaineers should be thrilled by their Week 5 performance against Baylor. Others, well, they'll have to go back to the drawing board this week.
After the game, members of the media were given an anthology of broken records, as the Mountaineers and Bears engaged in an act of utter disrespect on history itself on Saturday.
On offense, WVU exploded for 70 points and an astounding 807 total yards, demolishing its previous single-game record of 655 set earlier this season against Marshall.
The Baylor Bears went for 700 yards of their own in the game, breaking the previous record of 558 set by Maryland back in 1993. Baylor's 63 points also broke Penn State's record of 62, which dated back to 1973.
Here are the grades from the WVU's record-setting and record-allowing performance against Baylor.